Bubble Tea Shop in China Reopens But Customers Should Be Checked for Safety
A bubble tea shop in China recently open but customers have to line 1.5 meters away from the shop for the safety check-up.
Hundreds of patients were released from hospitals at the epicenter of the outbreak in China. While the World Health Organization reported that nine times as many new infections were recorded outside the country as inside it over the past 24 hours.
Meanwhile, the number of people infected with COVID-19 has been increasing day by day and as of now. The total number of infected people globally is 90,823 with 3,122 reported deaths.
Recently, a Facebook page named This is Hunan shared that a hot bubble tea shop in Huangxing Road, Changsha, re-opened amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The store has taken precautions to ensure that customers are satisfied with bubble milk tea at the same time they are safe from contracting the virus.
According to the Facebook post, the newly re-opened store has some rules before you can purchase some of that sweet bubble tea. Every customer is required to wear a face mask and you have to stand 1.5m distance from the person in front of you.
In the photos, it can be seen that there are measurement tape serves as an indication of the spot you are allowed to stand. Some staff members will come and check your temperatures as well with a handheld thermal thermometer while waiting.
Besides from that, tea packages and other materials used for the productions are disinfected and assured to be safe. Based on the post, customers are queued for 1 to 2 hours to get their favorite bubble tea.
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